Course number: PS3308 Credit hours: 3 hrs
This course will challenge participants to re-shape their economic paradigm and daily business practice according to biblical principles. Participants will begin by examining the value systems and responsibilities inherent within their closest relationships and communities. They will then apply this understanding to personal finance and the way wealth is managed. As the course progresses, participants will learn to contrast scriptural and cultural perspectives in matters that shape society every day: consumption, utility (measures of well-being), work and wages, market supply and demand, competition, and globalization. Having completed the course, participants will have an expanded view of the ‘bottom line’ in business and greater confidence in actualizing the kingdom of heaven in their daily lives.
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TS = Theological Studies
GS = General Studies
PS = Professional Studies
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